I was fired because I called a co-worker b*tch and this violated the respect in the workplace policy- never mind that said co-worker had been harassing me for six months and violated federal law! I made my supervisors aware of this, and still had to work with the co-worker; until I had reached the end of my rope.
On top of that the employer appealed my unemployment claim and won, and at my age no-one wants to hire me. What can I do?

I had a similar experience now I'm packing my thing to leave my house and wandering wear I'm going to end up

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Wanted: Positive Attitude

It all begins with your attitude. You've no doubt heard the phrase Your attitude determines your altitude. A positive attitude will not only help you to find a good job but also help you hold on to your work in a competitive market.

Many employers say a positive attitude is one of the personal traits they value most highly in their employees.

When you have a positive outlook, you work more effectively. It will give... see more


I'm ready to be stable with a great job.Seriously!

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Hey everyone - what's the single best piece of advice you can give to a newbie trucker? I've been asking around and love to hear everyone's thoughts. Thanks!

Don't ever drive your truck into an area or jobsite where you can't back out the way you went in. Also if you drive... see more

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Check out Job Search Masterclass 2020 #2 – Elements of a Successful Job Search at https://nnamtique.com/concierge-page.

Hello and Welcome back to the Job Search masterclass 2020 series. I’m Cynthia Okonkwo. This is job search masterclass #2. During Masterclass #1, we learned about the two most important elements of a successful job search… a success mindset and resilience. So today we are looking at the next two elements of a successful job... see more


Saw this post on Facebook or somewhere and saved it because it's SO true and sharing it with this group.

1- Cover your ass. Take pictures, get it in writing, scale everything, get a dashcam and run it all the time.

2- NEVER trust a dispatcher.

3- Never enter any place you don't know how to get out of. Throw the brake, set the 4 ways and walk yourself in. always make sure you can get out.

4-. Don't screw over the next guy. Leave the truck... see more

#3 is crucial, especially if you're pulling a combination of vehicles. NEVER drive into an area that you can't back... see more

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So last week I had to change sleep schedules a few times because of the timing of the loads. I ended up having a 10hr break and was able to grab a full nights sleep but then a half hour into my drive I was told to take another 10hr break. Of course I couldn’t sleep again so soon so when that ended and my dispatcher sent me out with a new load I was dead tired a few hours into the route. I pulled into the next stop and called in to let them know I... see more

I had a CDL many years ago. Long story short I ended up a RN with a CDL (told my colleagues that I was a truck... see more

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My manager is unpredictable--he takes his anger out on his coworkers, myself included. It makes our office a hostile environment. I don't want to speak up since he is my supervisor, but I hate coming to work. Anyone have experience with this?

I don't agree. Move on if your not happy. Life is to short to be miserable . There is always something better.

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I had a webcam interview with a job recruiter who didn’t ask many questions but kept typing frequently, she then informed me that the job was filled as we were speaking. She said there may be another opening soon and wished me luck. The whole experience was strange to me...


Your look is awesome! Perhaps the recruiter had just come back from leave and was reviewing emails only to find... see more

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I'm an IT professional by trade. I left my last job due to a military move. I couldn't find work in the new location because I didn't fit the demographic (not a local, and too qualified). I decided I'd be a stay at home mom and focus on my college studies instead. Three years later, we are back in the US, and I'm having a really hard time finding employment. I've applied to lots of opportunities, even entry level ones - and no luck so far. It... see more

USAA is always hiring.

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My truck broke down last week and the supervisor shows up and tells me it’s MY fault because I did not do a good enough pre-trip. What happened was my other idiot supervisor strapped down a tire onto the catwalk and the strap broke, wrapped around my driveline and then tore up all my airlines. I told her it wasn’t me that did that. She then FLIPS out on me gets in my face and says that she doesn't need my attitude WHAT?!!!. The whole time I tried... see more

Well it really was your fault because if you saw it an knew it was not right you should have redone it to make it... see more

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I read these posts on here. I have been looking for months. I have lost my home I cannot afford any bills. I can't even put gas in my car and thank God I own that. People talk about hold your head up high there's more out there for you move ahead. Well that's easier said than done. I have looked for months and that one thing. I can't even afford to go to school cuz I don't have nowhere to live I have two sons and one is autistic. Now you tell me... see more

What city are you in?

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